Easter IV – May 3, 2020

Easter IV – May 3, 2020

St. Andrew’s 

 Episcopal Church

22 Cumberland Street, Clear Spring, Maryland


 Easter IV

May 3, 2020

Public Worship* Suspended  – COVID Virus




Holy Baptism Today: Father Steve will Administer the Sacrament of Holy Baptism this morning at 10:00 a.m. to new parishioner, Rick Barlup, following “Drive-In Church”, and the  Holy Eucharist. Rick and Jane have started coming to St. Andrew’s by attending our “Drive-In Church”.

“Drive-In Church”: Please park in the lower parking lot, with your vehicles facing the upper parking lot. The upper parking lot will be used for overflow parking.”  Please do not exit your vehicles.  Hymn sheets; scripture inserts, and announcements will be placed under your vehicle windshield wipers for you to retrieve. You may exit your vehicle if you need to use the restroom facilities. Service will be Livestreamed. Our “Drive-In Church”, has been a great alternative until Public Worship* is reinstated inside our Churches. We have seen up to 5 new folks start coming to St. Andrew’s through our ability to offer a Drive-In Service. We are now offering music from modern Christian Contemporary artists prior to the service.

In Person Services and/or meetings: At this time, we are allowed to have up to 10 people inside the Church for any In Person Service; class, or meeting. The clergy; and worship assistants, are included in this total number for In Person Services. Maintain Social Distancing & use the hand sanitizers that are provided throughout the Church Campus.

Morning Prayer – Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m. Father Steve Livestreams Morning Prayer from the Church, Monday through Friday at 9:00 a.m. 

Pledges to the Church During Shutdown: If you are not signed up for our Online pay (Pushpay); please mail your Offerings to the Church: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, P.O. Box 189, Clear Spring, MD. 21722. 

Illness – Shut Ins – and Ongoing Needs:

Kathi – Eric & Regan. Those suffering from the Coronavirus. The Homeless. Those who suffer from addictions.  Our Military – Police Officers – Correctional Officers –  Fire Departments & Rescue Squads. Our Utility Workers. Public Health Workers

In the Military: Benjamin Benner

* Public Worship:  Regular Gathering of Worshippers inside the Church.

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